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Bank Accounts : saving accounts and current accounts in leading banks of India

A bank account today is maintained by every individual be it for personal use or commercial or both. With ‘Savings Account’ one not only can save excess funds but also earn interest over it. ‘Savings Account’ with banks is a Minimum Balance Account while some banks also offer Zero Balance Savings Account option. ‘Current Account’ on the other hand is maintained with banks for commercial usage. Current Account give its user easy and quick access to liquidity. ‘Current Account’ also comes with overdraft facility. In case you wish to directly apply for a Savings/Current Account, we can help you choose the right account. Use the search box below to compare various banks with respect to account maintenance charges and minimum account balance.

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  1. Medium-term investment options

    Medium-term FDs: Medium term FDs can be your best bet if you need money in 1-5 years for a specific purpose like buying a car etc. It is better to opt for bank deposits over company deposits, which do offer high returns but are risky. The medium-term FDs provides higher interest rate than short-term FDs and it is as safe also. If you think that you are going to need this money at a particular time, it is better to shift that money from your saving account to medium-term fixed deposit.

  2. Effect of change in interest rate over a period of time

    Sachin is in possession of extra cash and he is planning to invest it. He enquired about the fixed deposit rates at various banks. He came to know that different banks offer different interest rates. He just wondered what effect a 1% difference in interest rate can have on his investment.

    Sachin started by taking an example of investment of Rs. 100000. He took the various interest rates and he came up with the following table for the value of the investment in different years:

  3. Difference of monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annual compounding

    Ramesh is in possession of extra cash and he is planning to invest it. He enquired about the fixed deposit rates at various banks. He also came to know that different banks compound the investment in different times i.e. monthly, quarterly, half-yearly and annually. He could not understand the implications of compounding the investment in different times. So, he approached his friend Narendra, who is a financial analyst

    Narendra started by giving an example of investment of Rs. 1000 for 5 years. He took the various interest rates and different compounding periods. After a simple analysis, he came up with the following table showing the value of the investment:

  4. Best Fixed income instruments- list of pre tax and post tax instruments

    Fixed-income securities represent the debt of domestic financial institutions, companies, banks, and government issues. In essence, when you buy a fixed-income security, you are lending money to the issuer for a specified period of time. In return, you expect the issuer to make regular interest payments (annually, semi-annually, quarterly, or monthly) and to pay back the face amount on the maturity date (the end of the specified period for the loan).

    Fixed-income instruments in India typically include company bonds, fixed deposits and government schemes. One of the key benefits of fixed-income instruments is low risk i.e. the relative safety of principal and a predictable rate of return (yield). If your risk tolerance level is low, fixed-income investments might suit your investment needs better.

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